Texas Board of Orthotics and Prosthetics Home Page

Status of transition of this program to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR):
Senate Bill 202 became effective on September 1, 2015. That bill has mandated that the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and TDLR develop a transition plan for the “orderly transfer of powers, duties, functions, programs, and activities”. This transition must be completed no later than August 31, 2017.

DSHS and TDLR are currently in the process of formulating the transition plan. Once that plan is completed and agreed upon by both agencies, it will be made available to the public. The plan will include the agreed date for the transfer of regulatory authority. The current DSHS rules will remain in effect until that date.

Select this link for important information regarding the transfer of licensing programs from DSHS to TDLR

Special Message for Military Personnel, Spouses, and Veterans

Welcome to the home page of Texas Board of Orthotics and Prosthetics. This website will inform you about obtaining and renewing a license to practice as a prosthetist and/or orthotist, a prosthetist and/or orthotist assistant, a prosthetic and/or orthotic technician, or a prosthetic and/or orthotic student in Texas, and obtaining and renewing accreditation for a prosthetic and/or orthotic facility.

Program Activities include:

  • Review, update, and adopt rules for the regulation of prosthetic and orthotic professionals and facilities in Texas.
  • Review (and approve or deny) applications for licensure, registration, and facility accreditation.
  • Receive and process complaints lodged against prosthetic and orthotic professionals, assistants, technicians, and facilities, and those alleged to be practicing without a license.  

View the rules on the State of Texas web site

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Last updated November 16, 2015